Traducción de chappie en Español:


tipo, n.


Pronunciación /ˈtʃæpi//ˈtʃapi/

nombrePlural chappies


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    tipo masculino coloquial
    • Our deeply religious chappies did not however give the little boy who was sweeping the railway compartment a single coin.
    • There was rumour that the cheeky chappie was going to come on down and open it at the official ceremony, but I don't think that ever happened.
    • Ian Fairhurst was a happier chappie this week as City have won two consecutive games throwing them a lifeline in the fight against relegation.
    • After a while I noticed that my leg was being pressured by the knee of a cheeky-looking chappie who was sitting by the door.
    • Now, call up the chappies and let's do dinner tomorrow night at the Ivy.
    • Two unhappy chappies who lost out to female candidates at the last election obtained a finding under employment laws that all-women lists were illegal.
    • Well, two of my local councillors showed up - both dapper chappies, a younger bloke with a furrowed brow and an older gentleman with the finest quiff I have ever seen on a man over 60.
    • More World Cup related nonsense, this time from those cheery chappies at Strathclyde fire brigade who warn of the increased danger of fire in the home during the month-long football fest.
    • I confess that I am on friendly terms with about eight owners, and half of them are press chappies who ended up with a leg of a horse each as a result of a drunken outing to Aintree, York or wherever.
    • What is it with these accountancy chappies these days?
    • Ahead was a vertiginous climb the likes of which should be reserved for Chris Bonnington or one of those Everest chappies with their oxygen tanks.
    • Okay, you all must have seen the Guardian story on Evan Williams, the chappie who runs this great service for free, by now.
    • Seems he's an elusive chappie, and a whole line of research would be needed to find him out entirely.
    • If there's a positive thing to come out of the saga, it's the forebearance and forgiveness our political leaders have shown towards the shortcomings of the spy chappies.
    • I had a beer or two with old Norm and some of the other chappies there.
    • They are the proverbial cheeky London chappies, as cocky as two geezers barely out of their teens are entitled to be when blessed with an obvious talent.
    • Love him or hate him, you've got to admit that the cheeky chappie knows to write a cracking pop song.
    • If I were one of those writer chappies I would know the right words.
    • Yes, the cheeky chappie's behaviour is disgraceful, isn't it?
    • My Eastbourne Leak tells me a strange tale of a cheeky chappie among local divers who seems to be using conservation as a cover for a more dubious plan.